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Neighbors want to leave district

A group of residents in the Broadhurst community near Redmond have petitioned for their neighborhood to leave the Snoqualmie district and join neighboring Lake Washington schools.

Neighbors who spoke to the Valley Record said the move would shorten childrenÂ’s school commutes and improve their access to extracurricular activities.

Broadhurst includes 107 homes whose property taxes help fund Valley schools.

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